University of Minnesota Extension Master Gardeners seeks volunteers
As volunteers, master gardeners learn not only from scientific research, but from one another and the communities they serve, a news release stated.
Applications are being accepted from those interested in becoming a master gardener, University of Minnesota Extension Master Gardeners in Crow Wing County reported.
Master gardeners deliver science-based practices to communities. As volunteers, master gardeners learn not only from scientific research, but from one another and the communities they serve, a news release stated.
Master gardeners focus on local foods and sustainability and teach about practices to restore Minnesota’s native prairies and protect water, according to the release.
During 2020, the Crow Wing County master gardeners partnered with local organizations to provide hundreds of pounds of fresh vegetables to those in need in the community.
Masters gardeners come from all ages and backgrounds.
Learn more about becoming an Extension master gardener by visiting https://bit.ly/2EV5NFD or call Brittany Goerges, Crow Wing County master gardener coordinator, at 218-824-1068.
Applications will be accepted online until Oct. 1.